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Medium Leather Wrapped Ringing Stick

For smaller and medium bowls of all styles

Versatile ringer for both high and low tones.

To play a bowl with a ringing stick it is best to hold the bowl in your hand and move the stick in a circular motion around the outside rim. The leather side brings out the lowest tone in a bowl while the wood side is best for the highs. Not every bowl will play with the leather. You can try varying the angle of the stick to the side of the bowl from parallel to almost perpendicular. Different angles often bring out more than one tone, especially on the high side. Press hard towards the center of the bowl if the rim is active and the stick jumps off it. Once you get the sound going, you can slow down the circular motion.

Handmade in Nepal

Bowl Type: Jambati
Thickness: Extra Thick
Widest Diameter: 1 in
Height: 1 in
Bowl Size: Large
Weight: 0.2 lbs = 100 grams
Rim Type: Broad in, crumpled
Rim Thickness: 3/8"
Artwork and etching state of preservation:
Exterior: Very Good
Interior: Faint
Features: Exceptional, Adorned, Rare & Distinctive
Musical Note: A3 Low Octave
Approximate Frequency: 218 Hz
Bowl Number: u N102

$7

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